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January 11 2007 Cleaning Newsletter

Cleaning Newsletter

Cleaning Newsletter

Good, clean ideas for a good, clean home


By Kathryn Weber, BellaOnline Cleaning Editor




Clean Thoughts        Happy New Year!


Featured Product     Everydayclean.com Calendar


Featured Article        Cleaning the Air in Your Home





Happy New Year! 


Can you believe 2006 is now behind us?  Time goes by so fast.  I hope you had a wonderful holiday season and I wish you and your family every happiness in 2007.  When we last spoke, I told you about my "pain in the neck."  Well, I am going to have neck surgery for my ruptured disc on January 31st -- so I am wasting no time in putting this behind me so I have the rest of the year ahead of me.  Thanks to everyone who wrote and offered your thoughts and prayers.  I am very grateful to you all.


I hope you won't put off anything you need to do (hmmm....like housework) this year.  And for that reason, I've made my Everydayclean.com Calendar my featured product -- it will help you to stay on track all year long so you can have the house -- and the lifestyle you enjoy.  Yes, the calendar even has "down times" so you can have vacation time and time off.  All housework all the time makes us all pretty darn dull.


Get some air

This time of year keeps us locked up inside our homes because of the weather.  Unlike the summer when kids are going in and out of the house, opening windows and doors, the winter finds us shutting up our homes to preserve the heat in them.  But, in the process we often get little or no fresh air for months at a time -- and that can harm our health.  You'll learn some easy tips and ideas about how to have cleaner air in your home all year round in today's Feature Article.


I knew it, I knew it, I knew it

I've always said that a clean house helped you stay healthy, now the BBC reports on a study that proves it.  The study showed that "pre-menopausal women who did housework were 30 percent less likely to develop breast cancer than pre-menopausal women who did none."  Now if that doesn't make you want to whip out the vacuum, I don't know what does!


Until next time ---


Happy Cleaning,


Kathryn Weber

Cleaning Editor for Bellaonline



?CLEANING MINDS WANT TO KNOW:  What is your burning cleaning question?  Have a cleaning conundrum?  Maybe you have a suggestion for cleaning topics. Send it in here.



The products featured here are ones I use in my own home, that I can personally attest to, and that I L-O-V-E.  I want you to try them, too, because I know you will also enjoy them and they will help you keep a cleaner, more comfortable home.


Everydayclean.com Calendar -- the calendar that helps you end the power struggle with your house. Keeping a clean home is about knowing what to clean when. Virtually everything that needs to be cleaned is on this calendar in a year-round cleaning schedule that helps you keep your house clean easier and faster. Order here and you can have it in minutes!


Live Down Under?  There's even a Southern Hemisphere edition of the Everydayclean.com Calendar.





Cleaning the Air in Your Home

The EPA has determined that air quality in American homes is at an all-time low. Learn how to clean the air in your home for better air quality and health.     

Get the whole story here:  http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art1820.asp



Kathryn Weber is the cleaning editor for BellaOnline, Living Space newspaper columnist (Victoria Advocate, Beaches Leader, et al), Publisher of the Everydayclean.com Cleaning Calendar, and publisher of the Red Lotus Letter feng shui E-Zine (www.redlotusletter.com). 


RADIO, TV PRODUCERS & HOSTS: Do you have a radio show and need an entertaining guest?  Kathryn is a popular guest on radio and television shows.  Witty and entertaining, she can talk on a variety of subjects -- from feng shui to cleaning to our aversion to housekeeping. 


NEED CONTENT OR A SPEAKER?  Contact Kathryn for information about speaking opportunities, radio or television interviews, and content.  If you have a need for feng shui, lifestyle, home and garden, or cleaning information or content for your E-zine, website, or publication, Kathryn would be delighted to speak with you.


Kathryn Weber                             

P.O. Box 531, Cuero, Texas  77954                                            

Telephone:  361.676.8800

FAX:  361.277.8391


(C)2007 Kathryn Weber.  All contents of this newsletter are copyrighted.  All rights reserved.


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